Hostel Franz Kafka
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... the public transport too! felt pretty independent. Eventually we found the beer garden, and definitely worth the trek...spent 3 hours here and had some evening drinks as the sun was setting over the city quite the spectacle!! Heading back on the metro to Wenceslas Square came across buskers, two young guys busking under a small arch way that had attracted many people. Al and I sat here for a further hour an a half watching the two perform. At the end, we went to chat to ...
... cute and located right beside the Charles bridge! We are in a ten bed room with only me and Melissa in it! We have our own bathroom in the room AND blow dryer AND free groceries and a kitchen to cook our groceries in! The kitchen area and lounge is located in almost a cave type thing. It's really really cool. We went on a walking tour on Monday and saw quite a few things. From the astronomical clock, to the old ...
... These religious sights highlight the Jewish customs and traditions, here we spent our time recapping the history of the War and the terror that occurred to the Jews. The old city also is home to Kinsky Palace which was once a palace and now a museum and in front of it the Statue of Jan Hus- symbolises Bohemia rebirth. We ended the tour in New city specifically in Wenceslas Square over looking the famous Charles Bridge.
... Old Town Prague to show us the AIFS building and the school. Z told us what snacks are best and how to shop smart for food. Megan, Laura, me, with Harley and Krystal (a couple from Hawaii University) got some food and chatted until it was time for ECES orientation meeting.
At the meeting we heard about all the activities the school, which all sounded exciting. We also heard from a couple of teachers so I feel better about my ...
... very narrow winding streets many crammed with tourists. This city apparently has become more popular more quickly than most European cities.
We again ventured across the Charles Bridge..a medieval structure who's construction began in 1357. We made our way towards the National ...